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New 'super' mail boxes aim to curb thieves

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New 'super' mail boxes are being installed in Aldergrove in replacement of the older style boxes which have been subjected to break-ins and theft. The 'super' mail boxes are more difficult to break into and customers should note that keys cannot be copied. If keys are lost the entire lock must be replaced.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

New "super" mail boxes are being installed in Aldergrove in replacement of the older style boxes which have been subjected to break-ins and theft.

The "super" mail boxes are more difficult to break into and customers should note that keys cannot be copied.

If keys are lost the entire lock must be replaced.

HARRY HUNT PHOTO

The older type of Canada Post community mailboxes have been frequently broken into in Aldergrove and the area, such as this group box in Aldergrove's 32 Avenue area.

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